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Reviewed May 21, 2016

This was an extremely royal and magnificent property to stay at. Anyone who is interested in architecture of the Rajputana era gone by, should stay here. While the pull of the soft bed was very strong, stronger was the urge to explore this property. Very beautiful indeed

Date of stay: April 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank Ashutosh962
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Reviewed May 20, 2016

This place is really amazing.. I stayed in this place with my friends and it was a real delight.. The rooms are amazing. The only problem is access to this location. The best part about this hotel is the art gallery, where you ll find tiger skins and many other animals retained till date

Date of stay: April 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank Piyush11286
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Reviewed May 18, 2016 via mobile

We stayed three nights in March and it was just beautiful. Right from a huge room where everything worked, a huge bathroom and the old life just outside. The food was wonderful, especially the lal maas made especially for us and the coffee made just right. We watched the typical Rajasthani dance one evening, the piece the resistance of our trip. Highly recommended.

Date of stay: March 2016
Trip type: Traveled on business
Thank sahibbibi
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Reviewed May 14, 2016

This is a beautiful palace hotel that is architecturally stunning. It retains a lot of its original rooms including the games room, the bar and even the first elevator in Rajasthan. However what is missing in this hotel is good quality rooms and bathrooms, all of which are very spacious but they require updating and maintenance. the bathroom was large but damp with tiles coming off walls.

Having said that the staff do try their best and the service in the bar and restaurant was lovely. The breakfast was beautifully served and their homemade papaya and banana compote was divine

The hotel needs to be taken over by a high-end hotel chain and brought up to 5 star standard.

Date of stay: April 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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1  Thank CelestialNomad
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Reviewed April 24, 2016 via mobile

This hotel was just an experience. The service provided was great. The palace just looked amazing. We were upgraded upon arrival to suites and they were just amazing. My room must have been the size of our first floor at home. It was 5x the traditional hotel room size.

It had two twin beds, in both rooms which was a shame as a double would be good for couples but a minor issue. There was a large seating area. A whole room just for your luggage and to get ready. There was a huge clean bathroom (bath tub with shower) and a toilet. The rooms are not modern in anyway but it is forgiven as it is trying to keep that original authenticity of the palace and provide that experience. They have in my opinion reached the middle ground between authenticity and modern.

There was a large recreation room with a full sized snooker table. With lots of animal skins from the old maharaja who owned and lived in this hotel once and still the descendants do but in one part only. The animal skins was a bit upsetting to be honest but part of the experience. There was a bar but was not staffed and lights turned off. Which was a shame because it put us off going for a drink before dinner.

There was a dance/music show on the night we arrived. No one was watching except one other couple and I think this is due to end of season and a lack of people staying. The dance/music show was not the best I have seen the voice slightly crackling.

Dinner and Breakfast was included.
Dinner was a la carte and very good. The waiter helped to choose some traditional Rajasthani dishes and were well received.

Breakfast was buffet with a few dishes that can be ordered e.g. Aloo paratha. The buffet selection was limited in comparison to other hotels.

A hotel I would return to in the future.

Date of stay: April 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
Thank kruppy91
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